Dropbox loses the edge for creating and editing Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides

Office 365/Onedrive and Google Suite are much better deals for the average user.

However, technologically, Dropbox is still clearly better, with more features, running faster, requiring less of your system, etc.

Personally, I still use Dropbox because it does very well at what it’s supposed to do: sync files, version control, and make files shareable.

Professionally, I have/use both Gsuite and Office365, both of which still have all kinds of flaws and points that bother me about using them. I am very annoyed with the amount of time Onedrive/Sharepoint takes each time to detect and sync the change/new file, especially when compared to Dropbox.

However, for “the same money” you also have email, calendar, office, video calls, and so on. So it’s understandable that a lot of people go to Office 365 for business (well, maybe private too).

Basically, onedrive is still just a worse product. And he can only win because he is part of a pack. If Onedrive were to cost the same and were a separate product, it would be an entirely different story.

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